Anthony Joshua vs Robert Helenius purse, payouts, salaries, winner, results, full match highlights

Anthony Joshua vs Robert Helenius purse, payouts, salaries, winner, results, full match highlights

Learn more about the Anthony Joshua vs Robert Helenius fight that took place on Saturday at London’s O2 Arena and ended with a seventh-round KO win for Joshua who won the purse

On Saturday night, Anthony Joshua clashed against Robert Helenius, which was his second fight of this year. Although many spectators anticipated a knockout victory from Joshua in the initial rounds, the former two-time world heavyweight champion boxed carefully before unleashing his full power. Notably, Helenius was confirmed as Joshua’s opponent only after Dillian Whyte vs Anthony Joshua was canceled.

Anthony Joshua vs Robert Helenius purse, payouts, salaries, winner, results, boxing full match highlights

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What was the outcome of Anthony Joshua vs Robert Helenius?

After emerging victorious against Robert Helenius at London’s O2 Arena through seventh-round KO, Anthony Joshua improved his professional boxing record to 26-3 (23KOs). Joshua started the fight cautiously but, he started to fight aggressively after managing to land a powerful right handed punch. Joshua used his jab to start the fight, hunting for opportunities. His composed demeanor made life simple for Helenius, who seemed to be okay with the fight’s tempo.

In the first half of the fight, Joshua did utilise his right hand sparingly, but after positioning it throughout, he was ultimately able to deliver it with substantial intent, leaving Helenius with no chance to counter. Joshua’s current attention is on a fight with Deontay Wilder that will take place in a tantalizing matchup that has been anticipated for years. Joshua’s confidence will soar after the knockout, and he can now go into his fight with Wilder on the strength of a strong stoppage.

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How much will the fighters earn from this fight?

According to reports, Anthony Joshua will bag confirmed purse of £8 Million and since the event wasn’t contested as pay-per-view event, his earning will remain the same. Meanwhile, Helenius will earn confirmed payout of £1.5 Million. Following his win against Helenius, Joshua is confirmed to clash against Wilder and it is assumed that he will bag net payout of £60 Million from his upcoming clash.

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